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Dress to Impress: Flatter Your Body Type

Okay ladies. Moment of truth time! 

Women come in a variety of shapes and sizes! There are many different body types out there and you don't have to be an airbrushed magazine model to dress fashionably and look fabulous in real life. The trick to making fashion work for you is learning which trends you can rock! In order to know what wardrobe pieces will accentuate the absolutely gorgeous physical traits you possess, you first need to figure out the answer to the most important fashion-related question you'll ever ask.

What is my body type?
what is my body type?
Image Provided By Diane Kennedy. Used With Permission.
There are 4 main types of body shapes that women come in, apple, pear, hourglass, and rectangle. Some women may even fit more than one of these body types throughout different phases in their lifetime. A number of factors such as pregnancy, childbirth, hormone changes, weight-loss, weight-gain or surgery (if one so chooses) can alter the shape of the body. I've gone from a rectangle shape before my first pregnancy, to a pear while pregnant, then to an hourglass through breastfeeding stages, back to a pear, back to an hourglass, back to a pear... I have lots of kids.

Lullaby Versions of Rock Songs: Five Finger Death Punch and Korn

I discovered these lullaby versions of rock songs by Twinkle Twinkle Little Rock Star on YouTube last week. My littlest one and I were in the hospital after his pyloromyotomy and neither of us could sleep. I was looking up Battleborn by Five Finger Death Punch and this lullaby version popped up. He immediately relaxed and so I played more. I thought this channel was to cool not to share. These aren't your standard lullabies. Some of them sound like they belong in a psychological thriller. Perfectly creepy yet somehow relaxing.

Lullaby Version of Battleborn by Five Finger Death Punch

Lullaby Version of Coming Undone by Korn

They have all sorts of lullaby versions of rock songs available on their YouTube channel and even more on iTunes. What do you think? Would you play these for your little one?